Titebond III has been the serious woodworker's glue of choice for over 10 years. This PVA Type 1 wood glue is completely waterproof, making it perfect for interior and exterior use.
The viscosity of this glue is a little thin, causing it to run downhill and make a mess when not taken into account.
Elmer's wood glue is sandable and paintable, making it ideal for hobbyists looking to get creative with their woodworking. A PVA Type 1 glue that's available in a variety of sizes.
Not the fastest-drying glue — needs the full 24-hour cure time to completely harden.
This PVA Type 2 wood glue isn't as waterproof as Titebond, but it's great for indoor projects like furniture and cabinet making. With a clamp time of only 20-30 minutes, it dries significantly faster than other products in a similar price range.
Nozzle can get clogged easily, should be taken out and cleaned after each use.
Titebond's Original Wood Glue not only binds wood to wood, but it also adheres to a variety of other porous crafting materials, including leather and cloth. Nontoxic and water soluble while drying, making cleanup easy.
Takes quite a while to dry — allow a minimum of a few days.
When speed is important, this is the glue for you. It sets in under 60 seconds, works on wood and fabric, and dries clear. The nozzle doesn't clog easily, and it comes with a 60-day satisfaction guarantee.
The nozzle isn't adjustable, and the glue is prone to dripping down the side of the bottle.
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